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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A woman facing charges in the death of her daughter waived attorney-client privilege when she voluntarily disclosed a digital recording of her speaking to her lawyer’s staff, the Missouri Supreme Court ruled. The recording, which allegedly contains incriminating evidence, would have been protected, but the woman gave the recording device to her then-husband in an unsealed box with some of her other personal items.

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